A Level and Undergraduate
Each visit can include:
- An opportunity to explore the Museum
- A taught workshop (subject to availability - choose from the options below)
The story in the scene: creative writing workshop
Using as inspiration the house where Dickens lived, worked and wrote some of his best loved novels; students create, write and present their own gripping scene – inspired, as Dickens was, by the characters, events and spaces that they encounter and experience here on their visit to Doughty Street.
A- Level English Language and Literature (9ELO): Component 3, Investigating and Creating Texts. A1 – Original Writing
AS Level English Language and Literature (7706): Section 2 – Remembered Places
AS Level Creative Writing (2750): Unit 2, Crew 2 – Exploring Creative Writing
A- Level English Language and Literature (7707): Section 1 – Telling Stories
A-Level in English Language and Literature (EMC) (H474): Component 03, Section B - Writing as a Reader
Informative and highly entertaining Dickens walk with expert Richard Jones; exploring London through Dickens’s eyes.
Booking forms and enquiries should be sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org
We have the capacity to run two half sessions each day from 10:30-12:00 and 13:00-14:30. Each half day session, which includes a tour of the Museum costs £150 per class. Please note that we cannot accommodate more than 30 students per session.